INVITATION: Prague Climate Talks: Climate as an electoral topic: Czechia vs. Germany

We would like to invite you to the Prague Climate Talks debate, organized by the Institute for European Policy EUROPEUM together with the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Prague and under the auspices of the United Nations Czech Republic. The media partner of the project is Deník N. On Thursday September 9, we will focus on Climate as an electoral topic. The event will take place from 17:00 to 18:30 online on our Facebook.

The autumn of 2021 in the Central European region is marked by parliamentary elections - the citizens of the Czech Republic and Germany will elect a new government. While some topics will resonate in both countries, such as the recovery of the economy and society after the COVID-19 pandemic, other topics differ significantly in both countries.
How do Czech and German society approach the issue of climate and environmental protection? Will voters make decisions based on the parties' position on these issues? What is behind the rise of environmental issues in German politics? Will the Czech Republic follow this trend?

The invitation was accepted by:

  • Adéla Jurečková, Director, Heinrich Böll Stiftung Prague
  • Michal Berg, Co-Chair, Greens
  • Josef Patočka, researcher, Re-set: platform for socio-ecological transformation 

Host: Markéta Boubínová, Deník N

We will broadcast the event live online and it will be possible to watch the live broadcast here on the event page. You will be able to participate in the discussion directly during the debate through comments below the video. If you already have any questions, please write them in the discussion at the event.
Live broadcast and recording of the discussion available here.


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Kateřina Davidová
Senior Research Fellow

Expertise: EU climate and energy policy, environmental protection

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